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Art
By city and alphabetical by gallery.

Raleigh

ARTSOURCE: Sep 19-Oct 19: Works by Bruce Bowman, Ted Jaslow and Mandy Johnson. Five Points Village, 509 W Whitaker Mill, Rd, Raleigh. 833-0013. Mon-Sat 10 am-6 pm and by appointment.

CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM: Sep 19-Jan 8: Jack Saylor: Sky Land Sea, works by Jack Saylor. Oct 12-13: Exposure Time. 336 Fayetteville St, Raleigh. Call 836-0088 for locations.

GALLERY C: Oct 11-Nov 16: Works by Joseph Cave. Nov 18-Jan 5: Holiday Exhibition. 3532 Wade Ave, Raleigh. 828-3165. Mon-Fri 10 am-6 pm, Wed 10 am-8 pm, Sat 10 am-5 pm.

GRACE LI WANG GALLERY: Oct 23-Nov 23: Works by Charles Brooks and Cheryl Sweeney. Dec 2-Jan 4: December Holiday Invitational. 2411-112 E Millbrook Rd, Raleigh. 871-5800. Mon-Fri 10 am-4:30 pm and by appointment.

JORDAN HALL ARTS CENTER: Oct 1-30: In Sync, works by Sarah Mantel. Oct 1-30: Nature Impressions, works by Johanna New. Oct 4-30: Photographers' Choices. Nov 2-27: 8th Annual Instructors' Show. Dec 1-30: Spirit Angels, works by Virginia Adamsick. 908 N Harrison Ave, Cary. 469-4069. Mon-Thu 9 am-10 pm; Fri 9 am-4 pm.

LUMP GALLERY: Oct 4-27: Stirring the Turd, works by Gary Smith, Katherine Bernhardt, Scott Wolniak, Molly Schafer, Sara MacKillop, Mandy and Severn Eaton. Nov 1-Dec 1: The Broken-Down Mysterious Doors of the Impossible, works by Andrew Wright and Barry "Twist" McGee. Dec 6-22: Onion Head Monster, works by Paul Friedrich. 505 S Blount St, Raleigh. 821-9999. Sat & Sun 1-5 pm and by appointment.

NC MUSEUM OF ART: Oct 13-Jan 5: Art in the Age of Rubens and Rembrandt; A Flemish Kunstkamer. Nov 2-Feb 22: Defying Gravity: Contemporary Art and Flight. 2110 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh. 839-6262. Wed-Sat 9 am-5 pm, Sun 10 am-5 pm.

PAGE-WALKER ARTS & HISTORY CENTER: Oct 4-30: Our World of Color, works by Ruth Ogle. Nov 3-Dec 4: A Southern Slant; works by Joanna McKethan; Contemporary Images, works by Marianna Tock. Dec 8-Jan 7: Members' Show. 119 Ambassador Loop, Cary. 460-4963. Mon-Wed 10 am-9:30 pm, Thu 10 am-5 pm, Fri 10 am-1 pm, Fri evening-Sun by appointment.

WAKE FOREST STUDIO TOUR: Sep 28-29: Over the River and Through The Woods, artist showcase. Mail Carolyn Furr, 350 S White Street, Wake Forest for brochure with map. For details call 556-1519. Sat 9 am-5 pm, Sun 1-5 pm.

Durham

DUKE UNIVERSITY MUSEUM OF ART: Sep 26-Nov 3: Reinserting Myself into a History: Academic Eye III, works by Tammy Carland. Nov 14-Feb 2: Pedro Figari: Lines of Uruguayan Life, student curated exhibition. Dec 7-Feb 2: Holiday Exhibition from Anya Belkina. Duke East Campus, Durham. 684-5135. Tue-Fri 10 am-5 pm, Sat 11 am-2 pm, Sun 2-5 pm.

Chapel Hill

ANIMATION AND FINE ART GALLERIES: Sep 30-Oct 26: The Figure; Disneyana!, original cels and drawings. Oct 28-Nov 23: Original Drawings, works by Warhol and others; The Villains Show. Nov 25-Dec 31: The Gift of Art, works by Dali and others; Bugs Bunny, Marvin the Martian and the Grinch. Carr Mill Mall, Carrboro. 968-8008. Mon-Sat 10 am-6 pm.

CAFFE DRIADE: Oct 1-31: Works by Dillon. Nov 1-30: Works by Joy Brudnell. Dec 1-31: Dreamscapes works by Melissa Miller. 1215-A E Franklin St, Chapel Hill. 942-2333. Call for hours.

CREATIVE METALSMITHS: Oct 7-Nov 16: Current Metalsmithing of Kim Maitland. Nov 18-Dec 31: Christmas Collection 2002. 117 E Franklin St, Chapel Hill. 967-6651. Mon-Fri 11 am-6 pm, Sat 10 am-5 pm.

HANES ART CENTER: Sep 19-Oct 3: Theft in the Dolls' House, works by Jill Casid and Maria DeGuzman. June & John Alcott Gallery, UNC Campus, Chapel Hill. 962-2015. Call for hours.

OPEN EYE CAFE: Oct 1-31: Works by Jorge Goldsmith. Nov 1-30: Works by Robin Rust. Dec 1-31: Works by Jamie Cohen. 100 C E Main St, Carrboro. 968-9410. Call for hours.

SONJA HAYNES STONE BLACK CULTURAL CENTER: Nov 1, 6 pm: Our History, Our Heritage, Our Future: A Photo Exhibit Celebrating African-Americans at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Celebration and reception; registration required. Morehead Planetarium Ballroom, UNC Campus, Chapel Hill. 962-9001 or www.alumni.unc.edu to register.

Comedy
Alphabetical by venue or production.

24LIVE!: 24-hour marathon of improv comedy. Fri, Sep 20-Sat, Sep 21, 10 pm-10 pm. Hamilton Hall, Davis Drive, UNC Campus, Chapel Hill. www.ifcweb.org or dsimprov@hotmail.com. $10, $5 children 12 and younger.

RALEIGH MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM: Wayne Brady and Jim Gaffigan. Sat, Oct 5, 8 pm. 500 Fayetteville St, Raleigh. 831-6011 or 834-4000. $24-$34.

Concerts
By city and alphabetically by group or venue. For current concert events, please see our weekly "Music" calendar.

Raleigh

ALLTEL PAVILION AT WALNUT CREEK: Rock, country and pop. Sat, Sep 21, 7:30 pm: Enrique Iglesias. Fri, Oct 11, 7 pm: Nelly & The St. Lunatics. Sat, Oct 12, 8 pm: Aerosmith, Kid Rock. Rock Quarry Rd, Raleigh. 834-4000.

AMPHITHEATER AT REGENCY PARK: Thu, Oct 3: Nickel Creek, Gillian Welch. 404 North Academy St, Raleigh. 834-4000.

CENTER STAGE: (Also see entries under "Fall Dance" and "Fall Theater"). Music and arts series. Fri, Oct 18, 8 pm: Joshua Redman Elastic Band ($20-$30). Fri, Nov 1, 8 pm: Burhan öçal and the Istanbul Oriental Ensemble ($17-$26).

ENTERTAINMENT AND SPORTS ARENA: Sat, Sep 21, 7 pm: Bow Wow. Mon, Oct 7, 8 pm: Paul McCartney. Sat, Nov 16, 7 pm: Pavarotti. 1400 Edwards Mill Rd, Raleigh. 834-4000.

NC MASTER CHORALE: Fri, Nov 15, 8 pm: Rachmaninoff's Vespers (Hayes Barton Baptist Church, Raleigh); & Sun, Nov 17, 3 pm: (Herb Young Community Center, Cary). Sat, Dec 14, 8 pm & Sun, Dec 15, 3 pm: Joy of the Season. Meymandi Concert Hall, BTI Center, 500 Fayetteville St, Raleigh. 856-9700. Call for ticket information.

NC MUSEUM OF ART: Sun, Sep 22, 3 pm: Ciompi Quartet. 2110 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh. 715-5923 or 821-2030. $8, $6 Members and students.

NC SYMPHONY: Classical Series: Fri & Sat, Sep 20 & 21, 8 pm: Pianist Lang Lang. Fri & Sat, Oct 4 & 5, 8 pm: Violinist Julian Rachlin. Fri & Sat, Oct 18 & 19, 8 pm: All-Orchestral Concert. Fri & Sat, Nov 1 & 2, 8 pm: Pianist Olga Kern. Fri & Sat, Nov 22 & 23, 8 pm: Celloist Alisa Weilerstein. Sunday Serenades: Sun, Oct 27, 3 pm: Violinist Brian Reagin and Celloist Clancy Newman. Raleigh Pops: Fri & Sat, Sep 27 & 28, 8 pm; Sun, Sep 29, 3 pm: Maureen McGovern. Fri & Sat, Nov 29 & 30, 8 pm; Sun, Dec 1, 3 pm: Holiday Pops. Raleigh Open Rehearsals: Thu, Sep 19, 10 am: Pianist Lang Lang. Fri, Sep 27, 10 am: Maureen McGovern. Thu, Oct 31, 10 am: Pianist Olga Kern. Raleigh Young People's Series: Sat, Nov 16, 11 am: Carnival of the Animals. Durham Events: Thu, Oct 31, 8 pm: Pianist Olga Kern. Thu, Dec, 5, 8 pm: Holiday Pops Special. (Carolina Theatre, 309 W Morgan St, Durham). Chapel Hill Events: Thu, Oct 3, 8 pm: Violinist Julian Rachlin. Thu, Nov 21, 8 pm: Celloist Alisa Weilerstein. (Chapel Hill Bible Church, 1200 Mason Farm Rd, Chapel Hill). 733-2750. Call for ticket information or visit www.ncsymphony.org.

PINECONE: Stewart Theatre: Fri, Sep 20, 8 pm: Del McCoury Band ($19-$30). Thu, Oct 10, 8 pm: Keb' Mo' ($19-$30). Fri, Nov 15, 8 pm: Altan ($15-$25). NC State Campus, Raleigh. 515-1100. Music of the Carolinas Series (Museum of Natural History): Sat, Nov 10: Kuniko Yamato. Sat, Dec 8: The Branchettes. Garner Family Series (Garner Historic Auditorium): Sat, Oct 6, 3 pm: Crasdant. Sat, Nov 17, 3 pm: The Angels. Call 990-1900 for information.

RALEIGH CHAMBER MUSIC GUILD: Sun, Sep 22, 3 pm: Ciompi Quartet. NC Museum of Art, 2110 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh. $8, $6 NCMA members, students. Sun, Oct 20: Brentano String Quartet. BTI Center, between Salisbury and Wilmington sts, Raleigh. 821-2030. $20, $6 students. Sun, Nov 3: Music in the Age of Rubens and Rembrandt. NC Museum of Art, 2110 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh. 821-2030. $8, $6 NCMA members, students. Sun, Nov 17: Miro String Quartet. BTI Center, between Salisbury and Wilmington sts, Raleigh. 821-2030. $20, $6 students.

WATERFRONT CONCERT SERIES: Sat, Oct 12, 6 pm: The Carolina Road Band. Lake Wheeler Park, Raleigh. 662-5704. $5.

Durham

CAROLINA THEATRE: (Also see entries under "Fall Dance"). Fri, Oct 25, 8 pm: Kirk Whalum ($30). Thu, Nov 7, 8 pm: Kathy Mattea ($28). Sun, Dec 1, 3 pm & 7 pm: An Evening with John Berry ($27). 309 W Morgan St, Durham. 560-3040.

CHAMBER ARTS SOCIETY: Chamber Music. Sat, Sep 28, 8 pm: Takács Quartet. Sat, Nov, 16, 8 pm: Ysaÿe String Quartet and the Paris Piano Trio. Reynolds Theater, Bryan Center, Duke West Campus, Durham. 684-4444. Call for ticket information. DUKE ARTISTS SERIES: Classical music. Sun, Oct 6, 8 pm: Orpheus Chamber Orchestra; Richard Goode, piano. Wed, Nov 13, 8 pm: David Daniels, countertenor. Page Auditorium, Duke West Campus, Durham. 684-4444. Call for ticket information.

CHORAL SOCIETY OF DURHAM: Sat, Dec 14, 8 pm & Sun, Dec 15, 4 pm: La Fiesta de la Posada. Duke Chapel, Duke West Campus, Durham. 560-2733. $15, $5 students.

CONCERTS AT ST. STEPHEN'S: Sun, Dec 8, 4 pm: Raleigh Flute Choir. 82 Kimberly Dr, Durham. 493-5451.

DUKE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC: Fri, Sep 20, 8 pm: Duke Jazz Ensemble with Justin Robinson, saxophone. $15, $12 students & seniors. Fri, Sep 27, 8 pm: Duke Jazz Ensemble with Fred Wesley, Jr., trombone. $15, $12 students & seniors. Sat, Sep 28, 8 pm: David Heid and Deborah Hollis, piano (Nelson Music Room). Sun, Sep 29, 4 pm: Rebecca Troxler, flute; Randall Love, forte pianist and Stephanie Vial, cello (Biddle Music Bldg.). Mon, Sep 30, 8 pm: Edmund Battersby, piano. Fri, Oct 4, noon: Edmund Battersby, piano (Biddle Music Bldg.); 8 pm: Duke Jazz Ensemble with The Italian All-Stars. $15, $12 students & seniors. Sat, Oct 5, 5 pm: Ciompi Quartet (Reynolds Theater). $15, $12 students & seniors. Wed, Oct 9, 8 pm: Duke Symphony Orchestra with Darrett Adkins, cello. Sun, Oct 20, 8 pm: Hsiao-Mei Ku, violin & Ray Kilburn, piano (Nelson Music Room). Fri, Oct 25, 8 pm: Duke Jazz Ensemble with Joanne Brackeen, piano. $15, $12 students & seniors. Sat, Oct 26, 8 pm: Duke Chorale, Duke Symphony Orchestra and Duke Wind Orchestra (Duke Chapel). $5, $3 students, seniors. Sun, Sun: Oct 27, 2 pm: In the Spotlight (Nelson Music Room); David Arcus, organ; Don Eagle, cornet. Tue, Oct 29, 8 pm: Djembe Ensemble with Bradley Simmons (Nelson Music Room). Thu, Oct 31, 8 pm: Duke Wind Symphony with Randy Guptill. Tue, Nov 5, 8 pm: Robert Wells, baritone (Nelson Music Room). Thu, Nov 7, 8 pm: John Adams, Allen Anderson, Pierre Boulez, Shulamit Ran (Nelson Music Room). $10, free for Duke & UNC-CH students. Fri, Nov 8, 8 pm: The Music of Jane Austen (Nelson Music Room); Scott Lindroth, Edgard Varèse, John Harbison, Samuel Barber, John Mayrose and Christopher Adler (Hill Hall, UNC-CH). $10, free for Duke & UNC students. Sat, Nov 9, 2 pm: Mario Davidovsky: A Performer's Perspective; Jacqui Carrasco, violin (Hill Hall, UNC-CH); 8 pm: Ciompi Quartet with Sally Pinkas, piano (Reynolds Theater). $14, $8 students/children, free for Duke & UNC-CH students. Anthony Kelley, Ben Johnston and Alfred Schnittke (Reynolds Theater). Sun, Nov 10, 4 pm: Geoffrey Burgess, oboe (Biddle Music Bldg). Thu, Nov 14; 8 pm: Graduate Composers Concert (Nelson Music Room). Fri, Nov 15, 8 pm: Duke Jazz Ensemble with Ralph Peterson, drums.$15, $12 students & seniors. Sat, Nov 16, 8 pm: Randy Reed, guitar; Alma Coefman, flute (Nelson Music Room). Fri, Nov 22, 8 pm: Duke Collegium Musicum (Nelson Music Room). Sat, Nov 23, 8 pm & Sun Nov 24, 10 am: Laura Barron, flute (nelson Music Room). Sun, Nov 24, 2 pm: Susan Dunn, Duke Opera Workshop; 4 pm: Jonathan Bagg, viola and Randall Love, piano (Nelson Music Room). Sun, Dec 1, 5 pm: Peter Sykes, organ. Tue, Dec 3, 7 pm: Duke Chorale with Rodney Wynkoop (Duke Chapel). Wed, Dec 4, 8 pm: Duke Symphony Orchestra with Harry Davidson, director; Hsiao-Mei Ku, violin and Fred Raimi, cello. All Baldwin Auditorium unless otherwise noted; Admission free unless otherwise noted. East Duke Bldg, Duke East Campus, Durham. 684-4444.

DUKE INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS: (Also see entries under "Fall Dance" and "Fall Theater"). Wed, Sep 18, 8 pm: Uday Bhawalker (Nelson Music Room; $15, $10 students). Sat, Sep 21, 8 pm: Kronos Quartet (Reynolds Theater; $30 & $26, $15 students). Thu, Sep 26, 8 pm: Garmarna (Reynolds Theater; $22 preferred seating, $18, $12 students). Sat, Sep 28, 8 pm: Takács Quartet (Reynolds Theater; $20, $10 students). Fri, Oct 4, 8 pm: Masters of the Mbira (Nelson Music Room; $15, $12 students). Oct 4: The Gnawa: African Trance Culture in Morocco. (Nelson Music Room). Wed, Oct 9, 8 pm: Salif Keita (Page Auditorium; $26 preferred seating, $22, $12 students). Fri, Oct 11, 8 pm: Persian Masters (Page Auditorium; $45 Golden Circle seating, $30 preferred seating, $15 students). Thu, Oct 17, 8 pm: Grupo Vocal Desandann (Nelson Music Room; $20, $12 students). Thu, Oct 24, 8 pm: Quraishi (Nelson Music Room;$15, $12). Sun, Nov 10, 4 pm: Anoushka Shankar (Page Auditorium; $22, $12). Fri, Nov 15, 8 pm: Talago Buni (Nelson Music Room; $15, $10 students). Thu, Nov 21, 8 pm: Yair Dalal Ensemble (Freeman Center for Jewish Life; $15, $54 students). 684-4444.

DURHAM CHORALE: Sat, Dec 14, 8 pm & Sun, Dec 15, 3 pm: Christmas Candlelight Concert. Riverside High School, 3218 Rose of Sharon Rd, Durham. 403-7310.

DURHAM SYMPHONY: Classical music. Sun, Sep 22, 5 pm: Family Pops Concert. Oval Park, Durham. Sun, Nov 3, 7 pm: Classical Concert. Carolina Theatre, 309 W Morgan St, Durham. Sun, Dec 1, 7 pm: Holiday Pops Concert. Downtown Armory, Durham. 560-3030. Call for ticket information.

MALLARME CHAMBER PLAYERS: Sat Sep 21, 8 pm & Sun, Sep 22, 3 pm: Mostly Mozart. $15, $7 students. Nov 3, 3 pm: American Music from the Harlem Renaissance. Carolina Theatre, 120 Morris St, Durham. 560-2788. $15, $5 students.

Chapel Hill

FEARRINGTON OUTDOOR CONCERT SERIES: Thu, Oct 10, 4:30 pm: Reuben's Train. Thu, Oct 24, 4:30 pm: The Amateurs. 2000 Fearrington Village, Pittsboro. 542-2000. Call for information.

Dance
By city and alphabetically by group or venue. For current dance events, please see our weekly "Dance" calendar.

Raleigh

CAROLINA BALLET: Sep 26-Oct 13, 8 pm (Sat & Sun 2 pm): Carmen. BTI Center, 500 Fayetteville St, Raleigh. 719-0900, 834-4000 or 367-7862 (groups of ten or more). $12-$45.

DANCE AT MEREDITH COLLEGE: Nov 21-23, 8 pm: Meredith Dance Theatre in Concert. Jones Auditorium, Meredith Campus, Raleigh. 760-2840. $7, $4, Free for children under 12.

Durham

CAROLINA THEATRE: (Also see entries under "Fall Concerts"). Tue, Nov 19, 8 pm: Russian Seasons Dance Company ($22, 27). 309 W Morgan St, Durham. 560-3040.

DUKE INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS: (Also see entries under "Fall Concerts" and "Fall Theater"). Tue, Sep 24, 8 pm: Parsons Dance Company (Page Auditorium; $20-$31). Sun, Sep 29, 3 & 7 pm: Master Dancers of Bali (Doris Duke Center; $26 preferred seating, $22, $12 students). 684-4444.

Literary
By city and alphabetically by venue. For current readings, please see our weekly "Literary" calendar.

Raleigh

QUAIL RIDGE BOOKS: Wed, Sep 18, 7:30 pm: Lee Smith. Thu, Sep 19, 7:30 pm: Gabe Hudson. Tue, Sep 24, 7:30 pm: Roy Dicks. Wed, Sep 25, 7:30 pm: Seth Shulman. Thu, Sep 26, 7:30 pm: Christopher Rice. Sat, Sep 28, 4 pm: Maria Hummel. Sun, Sep 29, 3 pm: George Stephens. Mon, Sep 30, 7:30 pm: Cassandra King. Tue, Oct 1, 7:30 pm: Bruce Feiler. Wed, Oct 2, 7 pm: Joanne Harris. Sat, Oct 5, 2 pm: Brian Jacques. Sun, Oct 6, 3 pm: Barbara Hilliker. Tue, Oct 8, 7:30 pm: Patty Friedmann. Wed, Oct 9, 7:30 pm: Michael Gills. Thu, Oct 10, 7:30 pm: Louis Rubin. Fri, Oct 11, 7 pm: Orson Scott Card. Tue, Oct 15, 7 pm: Valerie Brown. Wed, Oct 16, 7:30 pm: Laura Lippman. 3522 Wade Ave, Ridgewood Shopping Center, Raleigh. 828-1588. All free.

Durham

BARNES & NOBLE, NEW HOPE COMMONS: Wed, Sep 18, 7 pm: Frances Wood. Sat, Sep 21, 2 pm: Jean Anderson. Wed, Sep 25, 7:30 pm: Brad Watson. Thu, Sep 26, 7:30 pm: Omar Tyree.

BARNES & NOBLE, SOUTHPOINT: Wed, Sep 18: Anson Dorrance. Thu, Sep 19: David Halperin. Thu, Sep 26: Margaret Maron, Tim Myers, Sarah Shaber and Ellen Edwards Kennedy. All events at 7 pm. 8030 Renaissance Pkwy, Durham. 806-1930. All free.

REGULATOR BOOKSHOP: Wed, Sep 18: Gabe Hudson. Thu, Sep 19: Claudia Horwitz. Mon, Sep 23: E. Lynn Harris. Tue, Sep 24: Jeffery Beam. Wed, Sep 25: Maria Hummel. Thu, Sep 26: Seth Shulman. Mon, Sep 30: Lee Smith. Tue, Oct 1: Joanne Harris. Wed, Oct 2: Cassandra King. Sat, Oct 5: Mab Segrest. Tue, Oct 8: John Balaban. Wed, Oct 9: Zelda Lockhart. Fri, Oct 11: AltReader Book Club with Haven Kimmel. Mon, Oct 14: Michael Gills. Tue, Oct 15: Bob Burtman, David Dow and Mark Dow. Wed, Oct 16: Darin Strauss. Fri, Oct 18: Christopher Hitchens. Mon, Oct 21: Bob Garner. Tue, Oct 22: Francine Prose. Wed, Oct 23: Alex Charns. Tue, Oct 29: Brock Clarke. Wed, Oct 30: Michael Chitwood. Wed, Nov 6: Tony Horwitz. Thu, Nov 7: Davy Rothbart. Fri, Nov 8: AltReader Book Club. Sat, Nov 9: Bland Simpson. Mon, Nov 11: Signe Waller. Tue, Nov 12: Carolina Parent Children's Book Writing Contest. Wed, Nov 13: Joe Ashby Porter. Thu, Nov 14: Lynn Pruett. Tue, Nov 19: Tim O'Brien. Thu, Nov 21: Silas House. Mon, Nov 25: Howard Covington and Marion Ellis. Tue, Dec 3: Louis Rubin. Thu, Dec 5: Doug Marlette. Fri, Dec 13: AltReader Book Club. Sat, Dec 14: Rob Amberg. All events at 7 pm. 720 Ninth St, Durham. 286-2700. All free.

Chapel Hill

BULL'S HEAD BOOKSHOP: Fri, Sep 20: Michael Johnston. Tue, Oct 1: Chuck Palahniuk. Tue, Oct 8: Lucy Daniels. Fri, Oct 11: Bruce Campbell. Tue, Oct 29: Michael Chitwood. Tue, Oct 31: Lee Smith. Thu, Nov 7: Bland Simpson. Tue, Nov 12: Gwendoline Fortune. Wed, Nov 13: Anne Thomas Soffee. All events at 3:30 pm. UNC Campus, Chapel Hill. 962-5060. All free.

MCINTYRE'S FINE BOOKS: Sat, Sep 21, 11 am: Margaret Maron. Thu, Sep 26, 7 pm: Brad Watson. Sat, Sep 28, 11 am: Hal Crowther. 2000 Fearrington Village Square, Pittsboro. 542-3030. All free.

Movies
By city and alphabetically by venue or sponsor. For current movie events, please see our weekly "Movies" calendar.

Raleigh

AMPHITHEATER AT REGENCY PARK: Sep 17: Animal House. Sep 24: Rocky. Oct 1: Sleepless in Seattle. Oct 8: Purple Rain. Oct 15: Earth Girls Are Easy. Oct 22: Bride of Frankenstein. Oct 29: Exorcist. Tuesdays at 8:30 pm. 404 N Academy St, Cary. 462-2025 or www.amphitheatreatregencypark.com. $2, free for children 12 and younger.

THE CINEMA, INC: Classics and independent films. Oct 13: Billy Liar. Nov 10: Triumph of the Will. Dec 8: Fast, Cheap & Out of Control. All shows Sundays at 7 pm. Rialto Theatre, Glenwood Ave, Raleigh. 787-7611. Admission by season ticket only. $20.

NCSU CAMPUS CINEMA: Current Hollywood and independent movies. Thu, Sep 19, 7 pm: Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India. Fri, Sep 20, 7, 9 & 11 pm: Mr. Deeds. Sat, Sep 21, 7 pm: Best of Flicker (Free); 10 pm: Mr. Deeds. Sun, Sep 22, 7 pm: Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India. Thu, Sep 26, 7 & 9 pm: Men in Black 2. Fri, Sep 27, 7 & 9 pm: Men in Black 2; 11 pm: Mutant Aliens. Sat, Sep 28, 7 pm: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence (Free); 10 pm: Men in Black 2. Sun, Sep 29, 7 pm: Mutant Aliens. Thu, Oct 3, 7 & 9 pm: Kandahar and Safar e Ghandehar. Fri, Oct 4 & Sat, Oct 5, 6:30, 8:45 & 11 pm: The Bourne Identity. Sun, Oct 6, 7 pm :Kandahar. Thu, Oct 10, 6:45 & 9 pm: The Lady and the Duke. Campus Cinema, Witherspoon Student Center, NCSU, Raleigh. 515-5146. $2, $1.50 students; except where otherwise noted.

Durham

FREEWATER FILMS: Documentaries, independent and foreign films. Wed, Sep 18, 7 & 10 pm: Undercover Brother; 8 pm: Va Savoir; 8 pm: Stranger with a Camera (White Lecture Hall). All shows at Griffith Film Theater (unless otherwise noted), Duke East Campus, Durham. 684-2323. $5, $4 students.

HIP HOP FILM FESTIVAL: Thu, Sep 19, 7 pm: Graffiti Verite; 8:15 pm: Nobody Knows My Name; 9:45 pm: Scratch (Durham Armory, 220 Foster St, Durham). Fri, Sep 20, 7 pm: Breath Control ­ the history of Human Beatboxing; 9:30 pm: Straight Outta Hunters Point; 11:45 pm: Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme. Sat, Sep 21, 1:30 pm: Word; 3:00 pm: Cubamore. Griffith Theater, Duke East Campus, Durham. 667-1546 or www.hiphop filmfest.com.Chapel Hill

CHAPEL HILL SENIOR CENTER CINEMA: Classic movies. Sep 24: Reap the Wild Wind. Oct 1: Four Seasons. Oct 8: Big. Oct 15: Coal Miner's Daughter. Oct 22: She Wore a Yellow Ribbon. Oct 29: From Russia With Love. Nov 5: Two for the Road. Nov 12: Strangers on a Train. Nov 19: You Were Never Lovelier. Nov 26: Educating Rita. Dec 3: Kate and Leopold. Dec 10: Ziegfield Girl. Dec 17: The Santa Clause. Tuesdays 1 pm. 400 S Elliott Rd, Chapel Hill. 968-2070. Free admission and popcorn.

SONYA HAYNES STONE BLACK CULTURAL CENTER: Diaspora Film Festival. Tue, Sep 24, 7 pm: Daresalem (Student Union, Room 208-209). Tue, Oct 8, 7 pm: Morning Breath and Brotherly Love. Tue, Oct 22, 7 pm: Umbuntu's Wounds. Thu, Nov 7, 7 pm: No Turning Back. Tue, Nov, 12, noon: Whispers and A Funeral at the Samba School. All films at Varsity Theater unless otherwise noted; 123 E Franklin St, Chapel Hill. 962-9001.

Theater
Alphabetical by play or performer. For current theater events, please see our weekly "Theater" calendar.

Raleigh

CENTER STAGE: (Also see entries under "Fall Dance" and "Fall Theater"). Music and arts series. Oct 29 & 30, 8 pm: Short Stories ($17.50-$27). Nov, 13, 8 pm: The Merry Wives of Windsor ($16-$37.50). Nov 14, 8 pm: Love's Labour's Lost ($16-$37.50).

BROADWAY SERIES SOUTH: Sep 17-22: The Reducers. Oct 23-Nov 3: Aida. Oct 29-Nov 3: Maybe Baybe It's You!. Dec 3-8: Cats. Dec 7-22: SantaLand Diaries. BTI Center, 500 Fayetteville St, Raleigh. 831-6011 or 834-4000. Call for ticket information.

BURNING COAL THEATRE COMPANY: Oct 3-20, 7:30 pm; Sun 2 pm: Travesties (BTI Center, Raleigh). Dec 5-22: Juno & the Paycock (Raleigh Little Theatre, 301 Pogue St, Raleigh). 388-0066. $15, $13 students and seniors.

RALEIGH ENSEMBLE PLAYERS: Oct 17-Nov 2: Show and Tell. Artspace, 201 E Davie St, Raleigh. 832-9607. Call for ticket information.

RALEIGH LITTLE THEATRE: Sep 20-Oct 6: Tartuffe: Born Again. Oct 11-27: A Streetcar Named Desire. Nov 8-24: Jack and the Beanstalk. Dec 5-15: Cinderella. 301 Pogue St, Raleigh. 821-4579. Call for ticket information.

UNIVERSITY THEATRE: Oct 2-6: The Rainmaker (Stewart Theatre). Nov 7-10 & 13-17: Jitney (Thompson Theatre). NC State Campus, Raleigh. 515-1100. Call for ticket information.

Durham

BROADWAY AT DUKE: Tue, Oct 29, 8 pm: The Scarlet Pimpernel. Tue, Dec 3, 7 pm: Fosse. Page Auditorium, Duke University, Durham. 684-4444. Call for ticket information.

DEDUCTION PRODUCTION KID'S THEATRE: Oct 4 & 5, 10 am, 1 pm and 7 pm; Oct 6, 1 and 3 pm; Oct 8 & 9, 10 am and 1 pm: Jack and the Beanstalk. Dec 4-6, 8, 10-15 & 19-21: Alice in Wonderland. Durham Arts Council, 120 Morris St, Durham. 544-0714. Call for ticket information.

DUKE INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS: (Also see entries under "Fall Concerts" and "Fall Dance"). Sep 25-Oct 6: And Mary Wept. Sheafer Theater, Bryan Center, Duke East Campus, Durham. 684-4444. $20, $12 students.

LONG LEAF OPERA: Oct 4-6, 8 pm; Sun 2 pm: Lost in the Stars (Carolina Theatre, Durham). 560-3030. $10-$21. Dec 5-8, 8 pm; Dec 7 & 8, 2 pm: Amahl and the Night Visitors (University Theatre, NCCU Campus, Durham). 560-5170. $15, $10 students and seniors.

MANBITES DOG THEATER: Other Voices Series: Sep 27 & 28: Peep. Sep 28: Salome. Oct 10-27: Loves' Labours Lost. Nov 1-3: Minstrel Show: The Lynching of William Brown. Nov 14-23: La Ronde. Dec 14-15: The Night Before Christmas Carol. 703 Foster St, Durham. 682-3343. Call for ticket information.

ROYALL CENTER FOR THE ARTS: Sep 20 & 21, 8 pm: Open the Darn Door. 120 Morris St, Durham. 546-0074. $10, $15 at the door.

Chapel Hill

ARTSCENTER: Sep 20, 8 pm: It's Just a Thing. 300-G E Main St, Carrboro. 929-2787. $6.

Pedro Figari: Lines of Uruguayan Life, a student curated exhibition opens at the Duke University Museum of Art, Thursday, Sept. 26.

Comedian Wayne Brady performs at the Raleigh Memorial Auditorium Saturday, Oct. 5. See "Fall Comedy" for details.

Pavarotti gives a concert at the Entertainment and Sports Arena, Saturday, Nov. 16. See "Fall Concerts" for details.

The Del McCoury Band performs at Stewart Theatre, Friday, Sept. 20. See "Fall Concerts" for details.

The Carolina Theatre presents Russian Seasons Dance company on Tuesday, Nov. 19. See "Fall Dance" for details.

The Master Dancers of Bali perform at the Doris Duke Center, Sunday, Sept. 29. See "Fall Dance" for details.

Sci-fi author Orson Scott Card reads at Quail Ridge Books, Friday, Oct. 11. See "Fall Literary" for details.

Novelist E. Lynn Harris reads at the Regulator Bookshop, Monday, Sept. 23. See "Fall Literary" for details.

Columnist Hal Crowther reads at McIntyre's Fine Books, Saturday, Sept. 28. See "Fall Literary" for details.

The Chapel Hill Senior Center screens You Were Never Lovelier, Tuesday, Nov. 19. See "Fall Movies" for details.

Broadway Series South presents Aida, Oct. 23-Nov 3. See "Fall Theater" for details.

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